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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 6, 2013
What a summer it has been for St. Maria Goretti's Martin Geben. Geben, now in his senior year, spent part of the summer playing basketball for Team Takeover, based in Washington, D.C., before participating in the world games for Lithuania, his native country. Then it was time for Geben to begin his visits to colleges, those that have been trying to secure his services beginning in the 2014-15 season. Finally, on Friday afternoon, Geben made his choice to study and play basketball at the University of Notre Dame.
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By THE SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE | November 30, 2009
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick announced today in a statement that football coach Charlie Weis will not be retained. "We have great expectations for our football program, and we have not been able to meet those expectations," Swarbrick said. "As an alumnus, Charlie understands those goals and expectations better than most, and he's as disappointed as anyone that we have not achieved the desired results. " The 53-year old Weis compiled a 35-27 record in five seasons at Notre Dame, including a 6-6 mark this season.
NEWS
February 15, 2002
No crying by Saints after loss to Notre Dame at SJIT By DAN SPEARS dans@herald-mail.com ST. JAMES - St. James coach Wayne Ridenour got what he wanted on Thursday afternoon in the first round of the 29th St. James Invitational Tournament. So did Notre Dame (Va.) Academy coach Larry Cullinane. continued It all added up to a 76-55 victory for the Dragons over the never-say-die Saints in the tipoff game of the tournament. "I said if we could compete, I'd be pleased with our game," Ridenour said.
OBITUARIES
July 14, 2012
Sister Mary Annita Link, S.S.N.D., died Tuesday, July 10, 2012. She was a beloved member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, dear daughter of the late Margaret (nee Gannon) and John Link. She is survived by nieces and their families. Friends may call Monday from 3 to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Villa Assumpta, 6401 N. Charles St., Baltimore. A Christian wake service will be Monday at 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Villa Assumpta.
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by TIM KOELBLE | January 3, 2006
There can't be many bigger days the rest of the year than Monday's Fiesta Bowl between Notre Dame and Ohio State. I woke up thinking about the game. I've been thinking about it since the bowl matchups were anticipated and then were announced. If it weren't for two lousy touchdowns, the Blue & Gold wouldn't even be playing today, still preparing for Wednesday's national title game. I'd been asked several times leading up to the game, "You'll still be able to smile if Ohio State wins, won't you?"
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | September 14, 2004
By now, school officials at the University of Michigan should be looking at future schedules for when it has Notre Dame as the Fighting Irish's home opener. Saturday's stunning victory by Notre Dame over Michigan was the third straight loss suffered by that northern school when it was the home opener for the Golden Dome boys. I'll be the first to admit, even as a staunch Notre Dame fan, that "Fighting" has been missing from the Irish nickname during the past 10 years. Unfortunately, we've had to resort to single big-game victories such as Saturday's to at least have that feeling of success, even if it has the tag of "that victory makes our season.
NEWS
by JACK HILL III | December 31, 2003
SMITHSBURG - The Institute of Notre Dame built a 40-15 halftime lead that put them on track for a 64-37 victory over the Meade Mustangs on Tuesday night in the championship game of the Fifth Annual Pap Draper Classic. "It was a tribute to the entire team tonight," Notre Dame coach Herb Holter said. "It was a real strong defensive effort, holding them to 15 points for the entire first half. We are smaller than them, but we told our kids before the game that if we control the boards, then we would win the game.
NEWS
August 12, 2013
Claudia Amelia Needy, 12, of Hagerstown attended the America Youth On Parade National Twirling competition July 23 to 27 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. Claudia qualified to compete in the national pageant by winning the Mid-Atlantic Regionals beginner preteen pageant at Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Md., in April. At Notre Dame, the pageant consisted of three events, including modeling with an interview, solo and Super X. Claudia was crowned the 2013 Beginner Preteen Miss Majorette of America.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | September 16, 2003
Thank goodness the sun, if only partially, came up Monday morning. I had a feeling I would go in the dumper this past weekend on my Fearless Forecasters prognostications. I took Notre Dame to beat Michigan. I took Cleveland to beat Baltimore. I won't mention the others that brought me down this weekend. You'll see the numbers for the week when our next batch comes out Thursday. When I first came to the Tri-State area I mentioned in this space my allegiances to the Ohio teams and to Notre Dame, my No. 1 set of boys in football.
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by TIM KOELBLE | January 7, 2003
koelble@herald-mail.com My holiday sports bonanza was the epitome of a perfectly operating yo-yo. I was down, but not out after the New Year's Day Gator Bowl fiasco in Jacksonville. It was called a football game and Notre Dame was supposed to participate. Then, Ohio State brought home a national championship to the Buckeye State Friday with its late-night stinger on Miami. The national title sets aside the past wounds from potential crowns that have been punctured since 1968 when the Bucks last took it all. Heading into Sunday, I'm thinking maybe, just maybe, it could be two out of three for my favorites if the Browns could just eliminate the ghosts that haunted them twice during the regular season against Pittsburgh.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 10, 2013
He was in Hagerstown on Monday, Minneapolis on Tuesday and in Boston today before returning to South Bend, Ind., for a day. Then he'll be off for Phoenix with Richmond, Va. next, and it's all part of the NCAA college basketball live period for Division I coaches. Brey started his trip visiting the Gael Center at St. Maria Goretti, where he took in a workout session that included his newest recruit, Martin Geben. He's still on the trail of possibly two more verbals. “We got our top choice and I'm able to enjoy today,” Brey said on Monday.
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By TIM KOELBLE | koelble@herald-mail.com | September 6, 2013
What a summer it has been for St. Maria Goretti's Martin Geben. Geben, now in his senior year, spent part of the summer playing basketball for Team Takeover, based in Washington, D.C., before participating in the world games for Lithuania, his native country. Then it was time for Geben to begin his visits to colleges, those that have been trying to secure his services beginning in the 2014-15 season. Finally, on Friday afternoon, Geben made his choice to study and play basketball at the University of Notre Dame.
NEWS
August 12, 2013
Claudia Amelia Needy, 12, of Hagerstown attended the America Youth On Parade National Twirling competition July 23 to 27 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. Claudia qualified to compete in the national pageant by winning the Mid-Atlantic Regionals beginner preteen pageant at Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Md., in April. At Notre Dame, the pageant consisted of three events, including modeling with an interview, solo and Super X. Claudia was crowned the 2013 Beginner Preteen Miss Majorette of America.
OBITUARIES
July 14, 2012
Sister Mary Annita Link, S.S.N.D., died Tuesday, July 10, 2012. She was a beloved member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, dear daughter of the late Margaret (nee Gannon) and John Link. She is survived by nieces and their families. Friends may call Monday from 3 to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Villa Assumpta, 6401 N. Charles St., Baltimore. A Christian wake service will be Monday at 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Villa Assumpta.
EDUCATION
July 6, 2012
BALTIMORE - The following area students received degrees May 26 from Notre Dame University of Maryland:¿ Rachel Becker of Frederick, Md., Bachelor of Arts in religious studies¿ Elizabeth Bittner of Williamsport, Bachelor of Science in nursing¿ Jennifer Brown of Hagerstown, Bachelor of Science in nursing¿ Kristie Carbaugh of Hagerstown, Bachelor of Science in nursing¿ Eileen Dickinson of Greencastle, Pa., Bachelor of Science in nursing¿ Robin Grams...
ENTERTAINMENT
June 6, 2012
'Hunchback of Notre Dame'  Auditions for the summer Old Opera House's Summer Youth Production, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" will be at 6 Thursday, June 7, and Friday, June 8, at the theater, 204 N. George Street, Charles Town, W.Va. Rehearsals for this production will start in mid-June in the afternoons.  All young performers ages 8 to 18 are welcome to audition.For more information, go to oldoperahouse.org .
NEWS
December 10, 2009
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Notre Dame has settled on Brian Kelly as the man who can restore its faded glory, just as he turned Cincinnati into a national title contender. Just 10 days after Charlie Weis was fired, it's up to Kelly to revive the fortunes of a team that just completed the worst decade of football in the history of the storied program with a 70-52 record and three losing seasons. Kelly, who earned the Home Depot National Coach of the Year award Thursday night, signed a five-year contract and will be introduced at news conference Friday afternoon.
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By THE SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE | November 30, 2009
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick announced today in a statement that football coach Charlie Weis will not be retained. "We have great expectations for our football program, and we have not been able to meet those expectations," Swarbrick said. "As an alumnus, Charlie understands those goals and expectations better than most, and he's as disappointed as anyone that we have not achieved the desired results. " The 53-year old Weis compiled a 35-27 record in five seasons at Notre Dame, including a 6-6 mark this season.
NEWS
July 25, 2009
BALTIMORE - The following area residents were among the nearly 770 students from College of Notre Dame of Maryland who received degrees at commencement May 23: Angela Ruth Armstrong of Hagerstown, who received a bachelor of science degree in nursing Patti Lynn Barr of Hagerstown, who received a bachelor of science degree in nursing Stacie Michelle Beaver of Hagerstown, who received a bachelor of science degree in nursing Julia M....
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By TERRY MATTINGLY / Scripps Howard News Service | May 24, 2009
President Dwight Eisenhower's Civil-Rights Commission faced high hurdles as it searched for common ground in the tense years after the U.S. Supreme Court began attacking the walls of segregation inside America's schools. After several years of struggle, the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh discovered a bond between his commission colleagues that transcended race and regional differences, President Obama noted in his historic commencement address at the University of Notre Dame. All of them liked to fish.
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